No. Fair.

So I was just sitting around thinking about how much I loved that premiere of the show Glee, which got me to reminiscing about show choir, which prompted me to look up show choirs on youtube. And you know what I found? This.

Some show choir in Fairfield, OH got to sing a ROBBIE WILLIAMS song. My show choir never sang anything this cool. You know what we sang? The theme from St Elmo’s Fire and Mack The Knife.

You know what I need to do? Find an show choir for 40 year olds. And I will resume my post as Dance Captain and my choir will sing nothing but Robbie Williams songs. And then Robbie Williams will find out about this choir, and he will be flattered by it, and he will then call me up and say, “You know what, Mock? You deserve a private concert from me once a month, at the location of your choice.” And I will say, “Robbie – for the first month’s concert I choose the foot of my bed, and I would like you to sing nothing but ballads which Mr. Mock and I will snuggle to.” And he will say, “All right then, Mock, but how will I be able to resist getting into bed with you when you are so perfectly gorgeous and awesome?” And I will say, “Robbie – you’re just going to have to control yourself, for God’s sake. I’m a married woman.” And he will say, “How have I lived this long without you in my life?” And I will tell him I have no idea.

I need to look into this choir thing A.S.A.P.

Meantime, you probably ought to watch the awesomeness that is Robbie performing the original song that the Fairfield, OH show choir sang. Because I love him, and it’s almost my birthday, and it’s not that much to ask. Plus, no one makes an entrance like Robbie.

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  • Benoit from Ottawa

    A weensy comment, just because perhaps it also bugs someone else.

    Is it. Necessary. To so often put. Spurious periods. For emphasis?

    It. Bugs. My. Royal.


    And if it was once novel, it’s now become clichéd. (Not particularly aiming at you, Mock, as many. People. Do. It.)

    An. Y. Opin. Ions?

  • mlm

    I’m fairly certain my niece used to be in this particular show choir. She went to high school in Fairfield, Ohio and was in show choir the whole time. She’s a little older now, and I don’t know when this video was made….

  • MerlinDBear

    Sorry, still prefer Natalie Wood’s (as Gypsy Rose Lee, in “Gypsy”) version – at least of “Let Me Entertain You”

  • MerlinDBear

    Please excuse me as I wipe the egg off my face.
    Completely different song, just had the same title. I commandeered a co-worker’s computer with sound and discovered my error.
    So, my apologies.